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Popular to-do list app "Clear" adds support for iPhone X and drops Apple update app on new update

Popular to-do list application Today, it was updated to eventually add support for the iPhone X display. This update brings out a new "teaser theme" and removes support for the Clear Apple Watch application.

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Even though iPhone X was launched 10 months ago, today, it just updated Clear to support the 5.8 inch OLED display of this device. In today's update, rather than the letter boxes at the top and bottom, Clear makes full use of the display.

In addition to iPhone X support, in today's update, four new teaser themes have been added from the next new clear. These themes are a preview of Clear's future review.

However, as a disadvantage, today 's Clear Update has abolished support for the Apple Watch application. Clear developers explain that Apple criticized support for the WatchKit 1.0 application and that the app needs to be rewritten dramatically.

The complete change log for today's Clear update is as follows.

In this update (finally!) Support for iPhone X has been added.

In addition, there are four new teaser themes as a preview of the new Clear.

The Apple Watch app has been removed. It is necessary to rewrite for a long time with future watchOS. If you feel strong, please send an e-mail to clear @ impending!

The addition and correction were as follows.

  • Basic support of iPhone X screen
  • We added four new teaser themes from the next new Clear (unlock on first update start of new update)
  • Fixed layout problem of Today widget
  • Fixed crash that may occur at launch
  • Fixed pop-up layout problem with small screen device

Todos has cleared the $ 4.99 download on the App Store.


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